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"These had a good texture once I added a few tablespoons extra flour (too runny after adding only 1 1/4 C milk). However I agree with another reviewer that the taste is way too eggy. Maybe will try with just one egg next time."
"Delicious! I used to go with my family to a local Taiwanese eatery and this three-cup chicken has just about the same wonderful flavor--very authentic. The thai basil really gives it that spicy aroma that differentiates this dish from ordinary Chinese dishes. If you can get it (sold fresh usually at oriental food stores) you really really shoul..."
"The only change I made was to use whole eggs, and rather than flour only I substituted with half oats ground up in the blender and half all-purpose flour. I used Girardhelli chocolate chips for the semisweet chocolate. They were pretty good and my picky 3 yr old liked it. I didn't think there was any spinachy taste in them even though they were..."
"Wonderful. Since I had to make some pizza for the kids as well I had the oven at 400 degrees and "roasted" it instead of broiling but it was still delicious. I didn't add soy sauce because I used red miso which is supposed to be stronger in taste."
"Since I like mine tangy and spicy, I added about 3 tbsp of vinegar, along with some Sriracha chili sauce and some Mexican picante sauce . I didn't have fresh tomatoes so I used a 28-oz can of chopped tomatoes (adding in the juice seemed to be enough liquid so i skipped the water). I was very liberal with garlic, adding both 4 cloves fresh garlic..."
"These were great. My first success at making biscuits! My only substitution was, I used vegan shortening (no trans fat--yay!!) to make these "healthier", and I did brush with a couple tbsp melted butter. They didn't rise a ton like the picture but still delicious and fluffy as described."
"My husband who's Vietnamese (and whose mom makes fantastic Vietnamese home cooking) raved about this after I made it. I browned the meat and onions, then threw them & all the other stuff into a slow cooker (out of sheer laziness), adding some red potatoes & Vietnamese curry powder since his mom usually adds those. Also since I didn't have tomato..."